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Prior to accepting the position, Ray served as the interim provost for Palm Beach Community College's Boca Raton Campus and has 19 years of service in the Florida Community College System.
According to the most recent data published by the Florida community college system, ethnic minority students represent approximately 34% of their community college student body (Florida Division of Community Colleges, 1999).
Just over half of enrolled students are graduates or transfers from one of the 28 schools within the Florida Community College system (capital improvement fee revenue bonds rated 'A+' by Fitch).
15, 1999--The Florida Community College System today announced a partnership with Archipelago Productions, a pioneering provider of multimedia, interactive course content, to use technology-based instruction for a chemistry course that is critical to 50,000 Florida jobs by the year 2006.
Patricia Windham, director of student success and accountability for the Florida Community College System, said the state plans to raise the amount of money at risk to 10 percent of total allocations for all education in the state over the next few yews.
The Wall Street Journal (11/9/98) stated that the Florida community college system penalizes those needing to repeat remedial math courses by charging three times the initial enrollment costs.
Florida Community College System Chancellor David Armstrong credited the state's Two-Plus-Two program, which assures that community-college graduates can transfer to state universities.
The legislation specifically stipulates, that "the college is still a part of the Florida Community College system, is primarily a community college by mission, and is required to continue abiding by all stipulations of the community college system statutes, "including open access and offering associate's degrees in arts, sciences, and applied sciences, certificates and applied technology diplomas.